South Africa Now - Show #302

by Rory O'Connor (Executive Producer), Globalvision
New York, New York, United States
Undated, about May 17, 1989?
Publisher: Globalvision
Duration: 25:49
2:05 - News with Fana Kekana and Carolyn Craven 2:11 - David Webster Remembered, David Webster assassination reported by Nadja Smith: interviews and footage of Mohammed Valli-Moosa of the United Democratic Front (UDF) and Max Coleman of the Human Rights Commission 4:28 - ANC Bombing Attack reported by Carolyn Craven 4:59 - Arms Embargo Violated reported by Fana Kekana 5:28 - Newsline: The Kellogg's Boycott with interviews of Paula Bower of Educators Against Apartheid, Rose Marie Taylor, Adrian Lewis 8:04 - Namibia Watch reported by Joseph Diescho 9:17 - Namibia News Analysis reported by Stuart Sender with an interview of Danish journalist Kongstap Breum 12:13 - In Depth: Anglo-American Takeover reported by Jay Weiss about the Anglo American Corporation to take over Consolidated Gold Fields with interviews of David Pallister, author of "South Africa, Inc.", Richard Knight of the American Committee on Africa, Bobby Godsel, Cyril Ramaphosa of the Nation Union of Mineworkers (NUM) 18:40 - Culture Segment reported by Mweli Mzizi with a report on Laura Branigan performance at Sun City in violation of the cultural boycott on South Africa with interview of Rick Dukta of Artists United Against Apartheid; report on the Genuines, Klopse music , and a music video of the song "Die Struggle" [The Struggle}. The show discusses the African National Congress (ANC), state repression, Pik Botha, P.W. Botha, Margaret Thatcher, a blowpipe missile scandal, apartheid, Martti Ahtisaari, SWAPO, SADF (South African Defence Force), Jimmy Carter, Jesse Jackson, Alexander Cockburn, John Leibenberg, gold, diamonds De Beers, Minorco, a press ban, American media, the State of Emergency, Consolidated Gold Fields, Peabody Coal, Newmont Mining, Harry Oppenheimer, and the migrant labor system.

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